Redmi Watch 3 has a larger screen and a battery that lasts for more than ten days

In addition to the Redmi K60, theXiaomiupdated its wearables portfolio. This Tuesday (27), the manufacturer launched theredmi watch 3, which offers an almost 15% larger panel and long battery life. The company also presented theRedmi Band 2also with wider panel and pulse oximeter (SpO2).

Redmi Watch 3 (Image: Disclosure / Xiaomi)

The Redmi Watch 3 has a square body, in the style of the Apple Watch.

With a 1.75-inch screen, larger than the Redmi Watch 2, the watch offers brightness of up to 600 nits. On the right side, there is also a button for navigating the wearable’s interface.

All this is aligned with the 5 ATM water resistance and the sports band, which offers more comfort when exercising.

The battery is another highlight. With 289 mAh, the component promises to spend up to 12 days away from sockets – depending on use, of course.

Redmi Watch 3 monitors more than 120 exercises

The launch has built-in GPS and offers a vast list of features.

Starting with the ability to track more than 120 different physical activities. The watch also has sensors forrecord blood oxygenationand heartbeats.

In addition, Redmi Watch 3 monitors the user’s menstrual cycle and stress level.

The launch costs 499 yuan (about R$ 380 in direct conversion) in China.

Redmi Band 2 (Image: Disclosure/Xiaomi)
Redmi Band 2 (Image: Disclosure/Xiaomi)

Redmi Band 2 is simpler

Redmi Band 2 is an alternative for those looking for a simpler wearable.

Let’s start with the design with the stretched body, which is close to Huawei releases,like the Huawei Band 7🇧🇷 The 1.47-inch panel is 76% larger than the previous generation, according to Xiaomi.

The gadget has no buttons, unlike the Redmi Watch 3. However, users can navigate the system via the touchscreen. The wearable also has water resistance (5 ATM).

In addition, the 230 mAh battery promises up to 14 days of use.

In terms of health, the Redmi Band 2 features the same pair of sensors as the watch, including the oximeter. However, Xiaomi has reduced exercise monitoring capacity to thirty modalities.

But that shouldn’t stop you from registering the most popular ones like running, cycling and the like.

The wearable hit stores in China for 159 yuan (R$ 120).

There is no forecast for launching the products in Brazil.

Xiaomi toolaunched the Redmi K60 line this Tuesday (27)🇧🇷

With information:gizmochina

Redmi Watch 3 has a larger screen and a battery that lasts for more than ten days

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